Pine pollen in powder form is one of the most potent natural sources of testosterone. This yellow substance, known for its androgenic properties, is beneficial for all living creatures that come in a contact with it, boosting libido and helping with growth. The actual female part of a pine cone is where the pine pollen powder comes from since male cones are different in shape and contain the plants sperm.
Pine pollen has been traditionally used in most Asian cultures, but it all started in China. It is mostly used to stimulate anabolic endocrine activity, increase libido or as a spleen, liver, heart and lung tonic. It is useful for boosting the immune system, nourishing the skin, rejuvenating bones, hair and brain. Moreover, pine pollen increases endurance and Superoxide Dismutase levels and serve as a natural solution for lowering cholesterol.
The number one property of pine pollen is by far it’s ability to naturally raise testosterone. This plant contains a combination of androsterone, dehydroepiandrosterone, bio-available androstenedione and testosterone, along with many other kinds of steroidal substances which are completely natural and NOT harmful like the synthetic version. Some of the main benefits of all this steroidal substances include increasing lean muscle mass, regulating prostate and testicular health in men and breast health in women. Apart from this obvious health-related benefits, pine pollen will make your skin smooth and tight, increase sexual power and help you to lose fat faster, by boosting the metabolism.
If you are looking to try pine pollen powder for the first time, there are a couple of things you should know. Men in their teens should avoid using pine pollen, up to the age of 20, since it can somewhat slow the production of hormone levels down the line. Of course, if you take it under a guidance of a health professional, then these levels can be monitored and pine pollen powder could be safely used. Another contraindication for pine pollen powder is for people who are allergic to plant pollen. In some cases, people allergic to bees should also avoid pine pollen, so make sure to start with a small dose if you belong to this group.